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Financial Peace University

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What if you were following a plan for your money that you KNEW worked? With Dave Ramsey’s class Financial Peace University, you CAN take control of your money, get out of debt, and create a plan for your future. If you’re interested in learning more about the class, contact the church! Because we’re offering it…

GO YE Means Go Me

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Regardless of which statistic you look at, the number of Christians is growing worldwide—and not just from population growth but from conversion. What is significant is the “where” of that growth. Christianity is growing in Asia, Africa, Eastern Europe, the Middle East and South America. These are places with religious restrictions and open persecution of…

Christians can make difference

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I was summoned for jury duty this past week and was one of fifty-five individuals selected as potential jurors for a serious criminal case. It took three days to select the twelve-member jury with two alternates. On the final day of jury selection, the defense attorney had the opportunity to ask questions. Just prior to…

How comfortable are you?

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Followers of Jesus, Christians, are called to be like Him. Paul says in 1 Corinthians 11:1, “Follow my example, as I follow the example of Christ.” In 1 John 2:6, John says, “Whoever claims to live in him must live as Jesus did.” Jesus, Himself, is recorded as saying “Follow Me” twenty times in the…

How much do I love the Lord?

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   I had to take a trip to Wenatchee this week and I was listening to the radio on the way. As I was scanning through the channels I heard a preacher reading Deuteronomy 6:5, “Love the LORD your God with all your heart and with all your soul and with all your strength.” He went on to…

Nothing is Impossible for our Father

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Recently, I undertook a project. Unfortunately, I understimated the complexity and time commitment this project would take. I am not sure I correctly assessed my abilities. I also did not realize all that the project would entail. This created a lot of late nights, a lot of stress and anxiety, and drastically affected my moods…

A Elevator Speech

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Have you ever heard of an elevator speech? It’s a slang term that describes a speech that could be delivered in the time it takes to ride an elevator, 20-60 seconds. In business or politics your elevator speech is an in-person commercial on what you do—a new product or service you offer, a project or investment you’re…

March Madness & Living for Christ

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I spent some time doing research for this week’s bulletin article. I went looking into “March Madness”. To be honest, this idea seems like madness to me. But as I was browsing the online Christian Chronicle, I saw a headline that stuck out. Did you know that Lipscomb University Men’s Basketball team went to the…

Soar Like Eagles

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I am in the middle of a project at work—planning the 2018 DCS Conference. This conference hosted by the WA Division of Child Support will be attended by about 30% of the WA DCS staff plus some Tribal Child Support staff from across the state. The theme this year is “Think Globally—Tranform Locally”; and unlike…

Trusting in God

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Who do you trust? How much do you trust? These are questons that help to reveal the strength and closeness of our relationship with another. Where there is much trust, there is the relationship is strong and the intimacy of the heart is great—but where trust is limited, broken, or does not exist—the relationship is…
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